Originally posted by FlyersFan
Where O Where did our WATS votes go???[
Straight in the pockets of the telephone CEOs. I'm sure they are very appreciative.
No matter who we vote for, the shadow-gov't connections this guy has makes it clear that he has been crowned by the NWO folks to be
If this is true (and I can't say for sure it's not), you need to contact Rollye James
and let her know. She
researched the connections of all the candidates early in the race and Obama had less Globalist/NWO/Trilateral ties than any of the rest.
Between those connections AND the messiah-talk that his disciples have, I am startting to agree with DGtempe ... he's a strong candidate for
being the Anti-Christ.
I doubt that. The Anti-Christ will be from the Middle East, Jewish if I read that book right.
The scary thing about politics is that I could be completely wrong about Obama. I campaigned for Bush 43 in 2000; now I am sorry I did. I pray I am
not wrong this time, since Obama does appear to be headed for a win. But that win is not simply because he is a great speaker or a clever politician;
it is mainly due to the fact that he has two complete losers for his opposition.
Hillary Clinton? I remember the 11,000 FBI files of her political enemies being carted out of the White House because she took them illegally. I
remember countless claims of intimidation and a ton of mysterious circumstances surrounding the deaths of former associates. She has openly stated
that under her insurance scheme, health insurance is to be mandatory
, as in you buy it or you get fined or imprisoned. She has already been
caught accepting campaign money from a Chinese interest in this campaign (which she does claim to have returned, to be fair). I find it disturbing
that the Chinese seem to always be there whenever a Clinton is running for office. Aren't we having problems with China right now? Witness lead
paint being used on toys, or beads that can kill if swallowed, a major trade deficit, and quite a few military and intelligence encounters in the last
John McCain? The man who co-authored the McCain-Kennedy bill which gave blanket amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants. The man who likes to
'reach across the aisle'. Apparently reaching across the aisle requires him to sit on the other side. Maybe he dislikes compromise? I dunno, maybe
he's just too old to reach.
So if you want to sway me back to the Republican side in this election, give me someone to vote for. Duncan Hunter (my first choice) never got off the
ground. Tom Tancredo didn't get that far. Ron Paul, while still in the race technically, apparently got 0.075 votes for every yard sign or sheet on
an overpass ramp. Fred Thompson didn't really seem to want the job (can we really blame him for that?). Don't tell me there's no one better able to
reflect my political views than John McCain. There's plenty of them, but for some reason they can't get a foothold. It couldn't possibly be that
the same forces you are so concerned about have infiltrated the Republicans as well as the Democrats.
Maybe a third party candidate will still arise. I hope for that, but don't expect it. So, in this vacuum of more viable candidates, I'll stay with
Originally posted by TheRedneck
Keep plugging away at Obama.
I intend to.
This is how it must be then. One great thing about political debates is they never stop due to those nasty little things called facts. Great
debate, though, and may the most correct judge of character win... even if that's you.
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